We love data and are obsessed with how companies use it. Teams make better decisions when everyone has access to the right information. It's more fun to ask and answer questions with data, together.
Our mission is to make data analysis easier for everyone.
Jeff is a data engineer. He led real-time and batch analytics at Groupon. Prior, he was President of Hyperpublic, a local data platform in New York (acquired by Groupon). Before that role, he was Director of R&D at comScore. He has Computer Science and Economics degrees from University of Pennsylvania.
Mike is a generalist engineer. He designed and built distributed data processing systems at both Hyperpublic and Groupon. Mike studied Computer Science and Biochemistry at Oberlin College and loves to hack in Haskell.
Matt is a data scientist and mathematician. He received his Ph.D. in Math from Columbia University and a B.A. from Yale. He was an assistant professor at University of Michigan and Stony Brook before joining Hyperpublic. Post-acquisition, he led algorithmic sales optimization at Groupon. Matt is an avid cycler.
Andy loves analytics. He was a Developer Advocate for Google Analytics where he built developer platform tools, customized integrations, and led outreach. He studied Math and Stats at University of Pennsylvania and contributes to the Wharton Customer Analytics Initiative. Hear him play piano in SF’s premiere Klezmer band, Boyz II Mensch.
Benjamin is a generalist engineer. He studied Computer Science at University of Tennessee and has been programming in functional languages for a decade. He was recently at GetScale, Sourcegraph, and Yo. He enjoys eclectic hobbies: music, chess, wrestling, Plan 9, Lojban, compilers, Starcraft, and powerlifting.
Kevin is a technical advisor helping Wagon run faster, better, and stronger. He currently leads the Atom and Electron teams at GitHub. Before joining GitHub he built developer tools at Aptana and Perforce. He previously advised Pixate before they were acquired by Google.
Neal Parikh is a computer scientist and entrepreneur. He received a Ph.D. in Computer Science (large-scale machine learning and optimization) from Stanford and his academic work has been widely cited in the literature. He is Co-Founder of SevenFifty and previously worked at Goldman Sachs.